Stephen Curry’s Shooting Ability Allows the Rest of His Game To Grow

March 17th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
There is no question Stephen Curry inherited his amazing shooting ability from his father Dell, who was quite an accomplished NBA marksman himself, but the younger Curry's game is more diverse than Dell's ever was.

Dell was a great shooter, but his game was limited to that aspect, as he was poor in just about every other facet of the game, especially ball-handling and defense, which made his presence on the court a liability.

The fact he was able to carve a long career out of his single-natured game is not a new phenomenon, and there are plenty of players who have existed in the NBA because of a singular talent.

But there is an interesting insight on this matter, because even though Stephen did inherit his father's shooting ability, he has used it to develop other parts of his game instead of resting on the laurels of his shot.

This is nothing new either, because all of today's superstars in the NBA found themselves in much the same situation when they first entered the league.

LeBron James, for instance, is one of the most physically dominating players to enter the league in quite some time, and for the first part of his ...

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